Found 3 items, similar to progress.
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English → English
v 1: develop in a positive way; “He progressed well in school”
“My plants are coming along”
; “Plans are shaping up”
[syn: come on
, come along
, get on
, get along
, shape up
] [ant: regress
2: move forward, also in the metaphorical sense; “Time marches
, pass on
, move on
, march on
, go on
] [ant: recede
3: form or accumulate steadily; “Resistance to the manager's
plan built up quickly”
; “Pressure is building up at the
[syn: build up
, work up
n 1: gradual improvement or growth or development; “advancement
; “great progress in the arts”
2: the act of moving forward toward a goal [syn: progression
, forward motion
3: a movement forward; “he listened for the progress of the
English → English
(?; 277), n. [L. progressus, from progredi,
p. p. progressus, to go forth or forward; pro forward + gradi
to step, go: cf. F. progr[`e]s. See Grade
1. A moving or going forward; a proceeding onward; an
(a) In actual space, as the progress of a ship, carriage,
(b) In the growth of an animal or plant; increase.
(c) In business of any kind; as, the progress of a
negotiation; the progress of art.
(d) In knowledge; in proficiency; as, the progress of a
child at school.
(e) Toward ideal completeness or perfection in respect of
quality or condition; -- applied to individuals,
communities, or the race; as, social, moral,
religious, or political progress.
2. A journey of state; a circuit; especially, one made by a
sovereign through parts of his own dominions.
The king being returned from his progresse.
(?; formerly pronounced like Progress
n.), v. i. [imp. & p. p. Progressed
; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To make progress; to move forward in space; to continue
onward in course; to proceed; to advance; to go on; as,
railroads are progressing. “As his recovery progressed.”
Let me wipe off this honorable dew,
That silverly doth progress on thy checks. --Shak.
They progress in that style in proportion as their
pieces are treated with contempt. --Washington.
The war had progressed for some time. --Marshall.
2. To make improvement; to advance. --Bayard.
If man progresses, art must progress too. --Caird.
(?; see Progress
, v. i.), v. t.
To make progress in; to pass through. [Obs.] --Milton.